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WATCH: Carey Price With Young Montreal Canadiens Stars

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Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price is making good on his promise of maintaining a presence around the team.

A recent Instagram story showed him out with Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield and their significant others at a recent Luke Combs concert at the Bell Centre in Montreal.

Price and his family have made it a point to spend some significant time in Montreal despite his inability to play during the season, showing a noted devotion to the club and a particular interest in the club’s long-term success.

He’s continued to stay in contact with his teammates during this time and maintained a valuable presence in their development, which is the kind of organizational continuity one would hope after such a drastic roster turnover.

Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield have been spotted at a few events with the Montreal Canadiens‘ former franchise player as of late, and that could only lead to good things for them down the road; as no other player in the world right now understands what they’re going through better than Carey Price.

Price has also made comments in the recent past about wanting to spend his free time being more involved with the Montreal Canadiens on a community-basis, as well as participate in more outreach initiatives moving forward.

Seemingly, No. 31 wants to maintain a presence in hockey and impact the new culture that is being built in Montreal under General Manager Kent Hughes and Executive Vice President Jeff Gorton,; and something as small as taking the club’s young stars under his wing will go a long way in helping to instill such a shift in culture.

Price announced earlier this year that he would not be able to play this season without having an invasive knee surgery that had a less-than-ideal chance of working, while also potentially hampering his quality of life later on. He still has hope that he will be able to rehab his knee and come back to hockey down the road, but in the meantime, he’s doing what he can to make a difference.

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